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You are more
than any

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Life is full of choices, and you have the power to choose who you are, what you love, how you heal, and so much more.

Just imagine who you can become when you live intentionally and put yourself first. Your whole life could change with one small act of self-care.

When you’re not using, you can get back to all of those things you love and more.

Adversities, trauma, and social determinants of health add to the stress of life. We hope this site can provide some tools and resources to support you in your journey. We want to take a trauma-informed approach to healing and substance misuse prevention.

You can meet the real you again.

You can recommit to your health and happiness.

So choose to find yourself, love yourself, honor yourself, and lift yourself up when you need it most.

Above all else, choose you. We’re here to support you.


Lean into

what you love

When was the last time you felt like you?

When you’re high, you’re not just numbing out the parts of your life you want to forget—you’re also numbing out the parts of your life that you love.

Think about the version of you who’s living their best life. That version of you is ready to be rediscovered. Imagine how your world will open up when you’re experiencing life and leaning into all the hobbies and creative pursuits you love.

Picture the amazing opportunities, connections, and experiences you deserve to have: making music, playing sports, creating art, and spending time with your friends and family.

When you’re not using, you can get back to all of that and more. You can meet the real you again. You can recommit to your health and happiness.

That kind of change happens when you start to see your own substance over your substance use.

Get curious

about coping

There are other ways to cope.

Life today can be stressful and at times feel overwhelming. Living through a pandemic doesn’t make things any easier.
When your emotions start to take over, one choice might be to numb them out with substance use. But another, far more lasting choice is to lean into the things and people you love, and find new patterns to manage stress. Here are some great ways to cope:
  • Go for a walk or run
  • Listen to a podcast
  • Take up a sport
  • Express yourself with art
  • Dance
  • Meditate
  • Work out
  • Journal
  • Listen to music
  • Hang out with friends
  • Read a book
  • Call a loved one
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Changing your life starts with the

choices you make

Tune in, listen to what you really want, and take small steps each day to get there. Set intentions and goals, write down what you’re feeling, move your body, try a new hobby, and celebrate the small wins.
You don’t have to cope alone. Remember, no one has it figured out all of the time. Direct support is always available to you when you want to ask for help or just need someone to talk to. It’s a sign of strength to rely on community, and we hope to be part of yours.

Highs don’t last, and numbing your feelings only makes you feel less in control of your life. If you can’t remember what you’re like when you’re sober, it might be time to change things up.

Take control

of your future

Help is within reach.

Direct support is readily available when you need it. You can find help that is private, personal, inclusive, and accessible, including one-on-one counseling, group therapy, and anonymous hotlines.

Sure, it can feel scary to ask for help, but asking is the first step in the right direction. And if you don’t feel like speaking to someone directly or seeing someone in person, text support and telehealth visits are always available and completely confidential, so you don’t have to be afraid to reach out.

So if you feel like you’ve reached a point in your life where you don’t want to numb your feelings anymore, know that help is available for you to feel seen, heard, and understood.

Don’t wait until it’s too late. Ask for help today.

Take control right